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I love French vanilla creamer in my coffee. But have you ever looked at what is on those bottles. There are chemicals, and oils and words I do not even know what it is. And I have narrowed down, something in those creamers triggers headaches for me. But because I love it in my coffee so much… I still use it, and just deal with the minor ache that it caused.
Then one day, I decided I needed to find a better solution and knew I could make my own. After a quick internet search, I found many sites offered the same exact recipe and thought I would give it a try. I am not going to link to a specific site, because, honestly, I clicked on a dozen sites at least, and they were all the very exact recipe. Homemade French Vanilla Coffee Creamer
What you need: A bottle to hold your creamer, I have seen a lot of people use mason jars. I saved my creamer bottles.
1 – 14 ounce can of sweetened, condensed milk 14 ounces of milk – I use 2% because that is what kind we have in the house
2 Tablespoons of vanilla – The recipes I have seen online call for 1 tablespoon, but I thought it needed a bigger vanilla kick.
14 ounces of milk
Add all of your ingredients into a pitcher or container. If you are using something with a lid, start to shake until it is mixed. I added all of my ingredients into a pitcher and mixed with a whisk. Pour into the container of your choice. Store in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.